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Unread 09-12-2008, 03:33 PM
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Dam Elk!!

Here's something you don't see every day. Well, maybe in Montana


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    Re: Dam Elk!!

    A few more.


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    Re: Dam Elk!!

    Wow! Hurry, you might be able to get a crop damage permit ;).

    "Really officer, he was eating my flowers and absolutely would NOT stay off the grass!"

    I'd put either of those larger ones on the wall.

    When were the pics taken? They should be chasing cows by now and that velvet should be rubbed.

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    Unread 09-12-2008, 03:54 PM
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    Re: Dam Elk!!

    My wifes cousin sent them over last month . Taken near Helena MT.

    Don't look too spooky in the pict's.

    With bow season opening last Saturday, I'm betting there back to their old elusive self
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    Re: Dam Elk!!

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    With bow season opening last Saturday, I'm betting there back to their old elusive self

    Based on my experience with Elk, they'd have been last seen Friday evening drinking out of Fido's bowl. They won't be seen again until the last late season is finished!

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    Re: Dam Elk!!

    How long do have to remove gut piles from the lawn before the HOA complains?
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    Re: Dam Elk!!

    Round up a big one and hold him for me Gamedog I'll be up in 5 or 6 weeks.

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